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Honda CR-V, Wagon, SUV
#11773 of 12365 Re: New Honda CRV EX [yalam]
Dec 15, 2012 (6:21 pm)
kumar said:"This does not include protection package(wheel lock, splash gaurd and cargo cover)
but includes window tint, strips and handle paint protector. "
tint is $89, strips is $49. and handle paint cost nothing, and he doesnt get cargo cover which should comes with car so he must meant cargo tray. and wheel lock splash guard and cargo cover and door guard should be somewhere around $550. (584 with tax)
so do the math, this so called best deal should be $24990, assume kumar had to finance with honda to get $500 coupon. so the real deal is about $25490 drive out. which is a great deal for brand new 2012 CRV EX. it could be the best deal in town. if you allow to choose cars colors etc. there is no point to shoot for any lower,unless you have free life and free gas, you might save another $100 or so, if you choose to spend months to save $100 ,i dont think it worth it. But I know there are still people out there will spend $2 more on gas to drive to a store further to save 50 cent on banana etc. which you might thought you saved money, but logically you did not.
and some people can just say whatever you want to hear, like I can say I bought one last week for $23965 drive out, which is not true.
let me know if you have more questions.
#11774 of 12365 Re: 2012 CRV EX-L AWD - What Price? [warwara]
Dec 15, 2012 (9:23 pm)
Sorry but I could swear I replied to you on this. If it is not too late, I would recommend going in there with my quote as your price. Write it down on paper clearly identifying that it includes destination and conveyance fees and that only tax and registration are extra. Be prepared to walk out if they do not meet this deal. I am pretty certain Lia in Enfield will meet it as would liberty in Hartford and Executive in Wallingford. Good luck, Jay
#11775 of 12365 Re: 2013 CR-V AWD EXL price [david3112]
Dec 16, 2012 (8:51 pm)
If in CA Valley Hi Honda 27300-500= 26800 no hard sell Aaron Berg internet director. 2nd deal there both good price and no hassle.
#11776 of 12365 Re: New Honda CRV EX [yalam]
Dec 17, 2012 (12:38 am)
Hi Yalam, sorry I saw ur MSG today, I bought 2013 CRV EX from David mcDavid Honda of Frisco for 25864 out of door includes protection plan like wheel lock, tint , strips and tray.
#11778 of 12365 2013 Honda CRV EX 2WD Good Price???
Dec 17, 2012 (12:35 pm)
I've emailed about 20 dealers or so and this is my best quote so far.
2013 Honda CRV EX 2WD
Car Price = $22,917 (includes $830 destination fee)
Doc fee = $499
Tax = $300 (SC flat tax)
Title = $168
Comes with no extras, but they said "car mats won't come between me selling you a car"
I'm located in South Carolina
#11779 of 12365 Re: 2013 Honda CRV EX 2WD Good Price??? [iowa70]
Dec 17, 2012 (1:01 pm)
If your post is correct you have found a great deal.
2013 CRV EX Fwd Invoice price w dest charge is $22,917
Your deal is $1292 below dealers invoice price
Try to negotiate that $499 fee either off bill or split that cost with dealer. tell dealer its a deal breaker. read my prior post on how to buy by phone or online
If dealer wont remove fee than you still made a good deal of $793 below dealers invoice price.
Post dealership name, and city your buying so others can see your deal..
#11780 of 12365 Iowa post Dealerships Name in S.C.
Dec 17, 2012 (6:06 pm)
#11781 of 12365 Re: Got CR-V LX AWD for $24000 OTD at NJ [carforsammy]
Dec 17, 2012 (8:49 pm)
would you mind share which dealership?
#11782 of 12365 $500 Flex Cash
Dec 18, 2012 (4:10 pm)
Has anyone financed a purchase solely in order to get the $500 in flex cash being offered, then paid the loan off in full with the first payment due? Can anyone shed any light about financing fees at the Honda dealership that one would not incur if one paid in cash? I'd like to see if the math works out. Let's say an EX-L at $30k OTD with a $15k down payment, and you finance $15k to get the $500 in flex cash, and payoff the $15K + .9% interest (1 month) with the first payment.